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I have an oil in my coolant reservoir of my Holden Cruze 2011 model

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    anyone know what there talking about !

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Possible head fault, head gasket fault or oil cooler if the vehicle has 1 .

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You need to run a compression test on the engine or a cylinder leak down test. You have a head that is cracked, gasket on the head that is bad or a cracked block.

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